Arts & Culture

Generation to generation: A 4-H tradition continues

"I was a child sitting in an audience and the opportunity of a lifetime was being explained. I felt such excitement as I was told I could learn life skills, such as cooking, food preservation, sewing, gardening and so many other wonderful things. Throughout the next several years, I learned the latest improvements and advancements in so many project areas, and I developed leadership skills, record-keeping skills and people skills. Most of all, I experienced the joy of making friendships that would last for generations. A dream became a reality as I began to share with my friends, my family and later my community -- telling everyone the meaning of the 4-H motto, Making the Best Better." (Aleta Winston, 4-H member)

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City 12 Hot Springs

Hot Springs government access on Resort Television Cable Channel 12. Programs and broadcast times are subject to change.

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Tribute to motherhood by local author

Local author Ben Burton, a former high school football coach and industry manager who took early retirement to pursue a career as a professional speaker/humorist and writer, has penned a new tribute to his mother.

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Christ of the Hills garage, bake sale Saturday

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- On Saturday, the United Methodist Women of Christ of the Hills, in Hot Springs Village, will have their annual garage and bake sale from 8 a.m. until 2 p. m. Donated items come from church, family, friends and neighbors.

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